Author Archives: Cameron

Pork Sword is D.C. Bound: Donate Now to See Pig Fly!

Hello friends, As we grow older, we start to see our daily responsibilities begin to overshadow the things we just LIKE to do. These things that we like give us peace in our lives; they make us feel whole, they … Continue reading

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Check Out Another New Song from FADE IN/FADE OUT: “Sing It Soft” FREE DOWNLOAD

I wrote “Sing it Soft” for my mom, right before she lost an ongoing battle with pancreatic cancer in July of 2010. After a four year struggle of our own to finish our second album – which included a third … Continue reading

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Cameron’s MidCoast Breakdown: The Midwest Has Some Treats To Offer SXSW 2012

Hey there, rockers!! I really can’t stress just how excited The Dead Girls are to be a part of MidCoast Takeover this year. This showcase has become the premiere non-official SXSW event for Midwest bands, so tight that even a … Continue reading

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Let’s Go Eat the Factory: Robert Pollard Fading as GBV Captain

If there is one person I can say I have loved, hated, been obsessed with, been completely frustrated with, wished I had never heard of or wished I could be all at the same time, that person would be Robert … Continue reading

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Dead Girls Do Air

[originally published on Record Geek Heaven"] For those of you who do not know, meds onlineno rxs I play in a band called The Dead Girls from Lawrence, KS, and we appreciate good rock and roll. That’s the music we … Continue reading

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Record Geek Heaven: Deerhunter "Halcyon Digest"

In 2008, Deerhunter released not one, but two of that year’s most revered albums. Only one was scheduled for release—Microcastle. But when it leaked to the internet, singer/songwriter Bradford Cox (also of Atlas Sound) decided to release an entirely different … Continue reading

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Record Geek Heaven Joint Review: Superchunk "Majesty Shredding" and The Posies "Blood/Candy"

So far, 2010 has been a pretty stellar year for rock and roll. It started off a little hairy, with slews of cover albums and a tapering off of 2009’s polished mediocrity. But in its wake, 2010 should be remembered … Continue reading

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Record Geek Heaven: Why Vinyl is Saving Music

I’ve spent the better part of two weeks without a stereo. It’s been hell. Granted, I have the little computer speakers and a beyond-fully-loaded iTunes, but those can’t hold a candle to my RSM-90 studio monitors, brand new turntable and … Continue reading

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Aggiefest: Turning Aggieville from Bar Purgatory to Live Music Mecca

The third annual Aggiefest happened in my hometown of Manhattan last weekend, and The Dead Girls were fortunate enough to be able to headline the last night of the festival. Along with us, over 100 bands participated in the event. … Continue reading

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Record Geek Heaven's In My Head: The Clientele "Never Anyone But You"

This was the first song I ever got into by The Clientele, one of those bands that make really great records yet are ignored by most of the American music listening public because they sound “too British”. And it’s not … Continue reading

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